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Product Innovation Drives Continuous Flow Chemistry Market

Published: Friday, September 13, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, September 13, 2013
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Uniqsis celebrates five years of successful trading based on FlowSyn™ flow reactor systems.

Uniqsis Ltd has announced another strong year of international trading with particular growth in sales to organizations in the USA, France, Italy and China.

Launched in 2007 the company celebrates five years of successful trading, based on its renowned FlowSyn™ continuous flow reactor systems, in April 2013.

During this period, the company has not only developed the most comprehensive range of continuous flow chemistry equipment for the widest possible range of chemistries but has also established informed support for its customers throughout international markets.

Paul Pergande, Group MD of Uniqsis, commented “The key to our company’s success has been an unwavering commitment to product development and close collaboration with end users, research establishments and specialist technology partners”.

He added “Our first five years of trading as flow chemistry specialist have been both exciting and challenging. From day 1 we made it our priority to invest in new product development and to work closely with end users and specialist technology partners to help shape this dynamic new technology. Together with our partners we have worked hard to bring the widest possible range of high performance products to market as quickly as possible to meet increasingly complex and varied application needs, reaching as far as China, Japan, Australia and the USA. And the applications for continuous flow chemistry continue to grow, so we look forward to meeting the challenge of even more complex and varied chemistries in the coming years!”

At the heart of the Uniqsis product range is the FlowSyn™, a compact integrated continuous flow reactor system designed for easy, safe and efficient operation.

The FlowSyn™ range includes models for performing single or multiple homogeneous or heterogeneous reactions, either manually or automatically.

The range of chemistries that can be explored with Uniqsis’ integrated and modular flow chemistry systems grows ever wider and is exemplified by the growing number of applications published both in the academic press and in Uniqsis’ own application notes.

Typical examples of flow chemistry applications include hydrogenation, nitration, bromination, metalation, molecular rearrangements and synthesis of compounds such pyridine, indole, pyrazole and benzimidazole.

Whether users are new to flow chemistry or an advanced user, Uniqsis offer a comprehensive range of models with outstanding chemical compatibility and proven reliability, complemented by a full range of accessories to help users optimize their application.


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